Fermoyle Strand, Beach, West of Tralee, Kerry

  • Author:ActiveME
  • Created: August 28, 2012
  • Updated: March 12, 2018
Location: Kerry
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Fermoyle Strand is a stunning sandy beach at the foothills of Brandon mountain near the small village of Cloghane. This continuous 14km stretch of strand from Cloghane to the Magherees includes the beaches of Stradbally, Gowlane and Kilcummin and other small strand and is the longest in Ireland. It is a great beach for families, kids, dogs, walking, swimming, fishing, surfing and other watersports. This area also boasts the highest mountain on the Dingle Peninsula Brandon Mountain at 952m and the highest pass in Ireland, the Conor Pass, which offers an extraordinary scenic drive to Dingle with views over large parts of the Dingle Peninsula.
This beach is a short drive from Tralee and there are also many other beaches and walks in the area. Use our Map of Ireland and Sat Nav tool to get directions and use our detailed map and GPS on our App to keep on track when you are there.


1. Fermoyle Strand, Beach, West of Tralee, Kerry

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